I love Friday the 13th. Thirteen is my lucky number. My son's number on his baseball team this year is 13. And who doesn't love a baker's dozen-- 13-- when they get donuts?
1. Desolation Row- Bob Dylan
2. Keep It Tight- Single Bullet Theory
3. After Midnight- Eric Clapton
4. Masters of War- The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
5. Going Up The Country- Canned Heat
6. Mellow Down Easy- The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
7. Wreck On the Highway- Townes Van Zandt
8. Bend Me, Shape Me- The American Breed
9. Willpower- The Replacements
10. Black Magic Woman- Santana
1. This long track closes the great Highway 61 Revisited album.
2. A new wave track from the eighties.
3. One of several J.J. Cale songs Clapton has covered over the years.
4. Some early angry Dylan.
5. Love this tune. They performed it at Woodstock.
6. From the Butterfield Blues Band's first and best album.
7. A co-worker turned me on to Townes Van Zandt a few years ago, bless his heart.
8. The only band from Cicero, Illinois to have a top ten hit.
9. The Replacements' "Hootenanny" is one of my favorite albums from the eighties.
10. Most people don't know that this was originally done by Fleetwood Mac, in their pre-Buckingham/Nicks days as British Blues rockers.